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PROJECT DATA SHEET

Project Data Sheets (PDS) contain summary information on the project or program: Because the PDS is a work in progress, some information may not be included in its initial version but will be added as it becomes available. Information about proposed projects is tentative and indicative.

PDS Creation Date

PDS Updated as of

11 Dec 2013

Project Name

Federally Administered Tribal Areas Water Resources Development Project

Country

Pakistan

Project/Program Number

47021-001

Status

Approved

Geographical Location

Bajaur,Mohmand,Khyber

In preparing any country program or strategy, financing any project, or by making any designation of, or reference to, a particular territory or geographic area in this document, the Asian Development Bank does not intend to make any judgments as to the legal or other status of any territory or area.

Sector and/or Subsector Classification

Agriculture and natural resources / Irrigation, Drainage, and Flood Protection

Thematic Classification

Capacity development Economic growth

Gender Mainstreaming Categories

FINANCING
Type/Modality of Assistance Technical Assistance TOTAL Approval Number 8409 Source of Funding Technical Assistance Special Fund Counterpart Approved Amount (US$ thousand) 225 25 US$ 250

SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES


Environmental Aspects Involuntary Resettlement

Indigenous Peoples

STAKEHOLDER COMMUNICATION, PARTICIPATION, AND CONSULTATION


During Project Design The main stakeholders of the project are the households that will benefit from additional land brought under irrigation and improved access and more reliable irrigation water. They will be consulted and involved in project preparation. The PPTA will prepare participation plan and MOU will be signed with the Community Organizarions (COs) before starting survey and design of subprojects to ensure benefit sharing. The new communal land to be brought under irrigation should be equally divided in all households. During Project Implementation Beneficiaries will be mobilized through social mobilization process and community organizations (COs) will be formed. They will participate in identification, planning, design and implementation of the subprojects. The social mobilization process and trainings to manage and operate irrigation facilities as well as management of COs will empower the beneficiaries for taking their own decisions. The new land belonging to communities will be equally divided and landless, poor, vulnerable households will also get equal share. All household in a community would be member of the COs and have equal voice.

DESCRIPTION
The output of the S-PPTA will be the final TA report that will include required feasibility, design, and due diligence. The SPPTA will (i) determine scope, components, and geographical coverage of the project; (ii) identify portfolio of subprojects; (iii) carry out feasibility study of the project, including technical, financial, economic, social, environmental, and gender assessment; (iv) complete detailed design and tender documents of core subprojects; (v) prepare procurement plan; (vi) prepare resettlement framework for the project and resettlement plans of core subprojects; (vii) prepare environmental assessment and review framework of the project and conduct initial environmental examination studies of core subprojects; (viii) prepare gender action framework and plan; (ix) design implementation arrangements; (x) carry out economic analysis and calculate EIRR; (xi) prepare cost estimates and financing plan; and (xii) prepare terms of reference for design and support consultants.

PROJECT RATIONALE AND LINKAGE TO COUNTRY/REGIONAL STRATEGY


There is no pre-feasibility or feasibility study available. The S-PPTA is necessary to carry out the feasibility study and prepare design of the Product. The S-PPTA is also necessary to undertake due diligence of technical, social, environmental, and economic aspects of the Project.

DEVELOPMENT IMPACT

PROJECT OUTCOME
Description of Outcome Progress Towards Outcome

OUTPUTS AND IMPLEMENTATION PROGRESS


Description of Project Outputs Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Date of First Listing 01 Aug 2013

Consulting Services

The consulting services will be provided through 14 individual natonal consultants for 51 person-months. Individual consultants from FATA and KP province, locals are preferred because it was experienced during implementation of FDRP that security situation in the project area only permits locals to operate in the field and consulting firms cannot be restricted to provide only local experts. Local experts are available in the market Individual consultants will also be cost effective and recruitment will consume lesser time.

Procurement

Procurement and Consulting Notices

http://www.adb.org/projects/47021-001/business-opportunities

TIMETABLE
Concept Clearance

Fact-finding

Management Review Meeting

Approval

29 Jul 2013

Last Review Mission

MILESTONES
Closing Approval No. Technical Assistance 8409 Approval 29 Jul 2013 Signing Effectivity Original 29 Jul 2013 15 Mar 2014 Revised Actual

TA AMOUNT (US$ THOUSAND)


Approval Number Approved Amount Revised Amount Total Commitment Uncommitted Balance Total Disbursement Undisbursed Balance

Technical Assistance 8409

225

225

175

50

45

180

CONTACTS AND UPDATE DETAILS


Responsible ADB Officer Donneth Walton (dwalton@adb.org)

Responsible ADB Department

Central and West Asia Department

Responsible ADB Division

Pakistan Resident Mission

Executing Agencies

LINKS
Project Website http://www.adb.org/projects/47021-001/main

List of Project Documents

http://www.adb.org/projects/47021-001/documents